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FOX News
Feb 23, 2013 12:00pm PST
called himself dogg. from his sudden unemployment. >> i will never plow for the city again, what he said was disrespectful to the residents. >> jill miller one of his bosses contracting still trying to wrap her head because her company is a plow are contractor for city of lowell. >> we were appalled and stupid thing to do. >> in hindsight, so did dog to too embarrassed to go back to the camera. he called the video a stupid mistake and apologized those he offended including the city and residents. residents were pretty upset last night. >> it's very aggravating you wanted to throw a shovel at him. >> knowing that he got fired, you wanted to throw your shovel at him? >> i'll let it go this time now. >> with snow piles high and more snow on the way, not everyone was so forgiving. >> do something else, you know what i'm saying. >> i appreciate everything had a dog has done for us. he has been a good driver. i cannot have the reputation 6 our company put at risk. >> if that is how he feels and that is what he is thinking, by all means think it but don't put it out there for everybody to see t
FOX News
Feb 16, 2013 12:00pm PST
paso are feeling safe to return home. it's positive news for the border city but bloom any for people here in the apartment business. >> we noticed the decrease here by 5%. we heard in other areas it was greater up to 10%. >> between 2006 and 2010, more than 400,000 people had fled the carnage in juarez. many came to el paso and got the nickname little mexico with so many nationals moving in. >> we noticed a lot of residents were the juarez area. they moved in the area and certain circumstances they owned homes in juarez but rented in el paso. >> there was 42% drop in murders in juarez. it has led many to return home. local realtors are seeing a similar trend. the demand has slowed down. kenny is president of the el paso association of realtors. >> they are feeling more comfortable. not as nervous. they are staying over there and they are not as anxious to buy something and get over here as they have been. >> reporter: sales may be down but the hopes are high for el paso's sister city. >>> realtor we spoke to they, of course, will miss business over here, but it will be a long term ec
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